The Chief Digital and Information Office (CDIO) is set to transform the way the Cabinet Office uses technology to effectively serve all of its users: colleagues, citizens, and government.
Providing a wide range of services at the heart of government, supporting an array of government and public customers comes with unique security challenges. Increasingly exposed and integrated services must be protected against sophisticated cyber-attack and cyber-fraud. To do this requires a holistic approach to security across the multiple disciplines of business application design, technology architecture, implementation and operations.
As Lead Product Manager for Cyber Security, you will be responsible for ensuring that our security team solves the right problems and creates the right solutions for our colleagues across the Cabinet Office. You will help us make tools that are fit for purpose to achieve our overall objective of ensuring our services are more difficult to attack and security incidents less likely to succeed.
You’ll have responsibility for developing the missions and plans that make up the roadmap in line with our strategic vision. You will work closely with delivery managers, technical leads and architects, user researchers, and security subject matter experts. You will also play a significant supporting role to the product leadership, including deputising where necessary for the Head of Cyber Security.
As a Lead Product Manager you’ll:
– provide direction and leadership across multiple multidisciplinary teams in a mature Agile environment, running supporting and continuously improving each service
– coach, lead and manage Senior Product Managers and Product Managers
– own and be responsible for articulating a clear vision, achievable goals and measurable objectives, which are aligned to the goals and objectives of CDIO Security function to the Cabinet Office business units
– develop and own the product roadmap, and contribute to wider objectives and roadmaps in CDIO
– lead engagement with stakeholders, users and partner organisations, by running demos, blogging, speaking at conferences and facilitating workshops
– maintain knowledge of the changing digital landscape and the opportunities innovative technologies provide to secure the delivery of public services in the UK.